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Personal finance and money management can be very confusing. Most people know that optimizing their finances is important but few feel confident that they have the knowledge to do so.

At Dyer News we stay on top of the latest economic trends, financial products, and money management strategies in order to provide the knowledge to help you use the money you have today to live the life you want.

Learn to make your money work for you. Whether it’s getting debt free or investment advice we have you covered.

Forgotten Expenses that Could Be Hurting Your Budget 8

When it's time to hunker down and create a budget to reduce spending, many of us can immediately think of areas where cuts can be made. Maybe that means you eat out at restaurants less often, you decide to give up your premier cable movie or sports package, or you...

3 Credit Card Tricks That Could Boost Your Credit Score 7

Planning on applying for a loan or other line of credit in the near future? If so you'll want your credit score to be as high as possible to not only improve your chances for approval but also secure you a better rate. While credit scores can't be upgraded overnight,...

Negotiating Another Form of Compensation at Your Job

When starting a new job or pushing your boss for a raise, you'll likely go through some negotiations before settling on a salary. Obviously the goal for most people is to get that number as high as possible and ensure they're getting paid what they're worth. However salary isn't the...

Where is the U.S. Economy Heading in 2016 and is Your Job Safe? 4

U.S. economic prosperity in 2015 is perhaps best described as confusing given stock market volatility, the Fed’s struggle to normalize monetary policy, the lowest labor force participation rate in nearly four decades, and a national debt quickly approaching $19 trillion relative to an unusually robust domestic housing market, a greatly...

7 Great Ways to Spend Your Holiday Bonus 3

It's the most wonderful time of the year — the brisk weather, the bright lights... and the bonuses. Many American workers receive some type of bonus each year (whether it be for the holidays or the year's end) and several are tempted to spend it in a number of different...

5 Tips for Getting Out of Debt in the New Year

Is your New Year's resolution to make better financial decisions and finally dig yourself out of debt? If so, you're not alone as Nielsen reports that 25% of those surveyed list "spending less and saving more" among their top goals for the year. But where do you start? Getting out of...

Is it Time to Break Up with Your Bank? 8

How long have you been with your current bank? Do they treat you well? Even if they don't, chances are you probably stay with them since the idea of moving on and starting over seems like such a hassle. So how do you know when it's finally time for you...